The aim of this work therefore was to assess some coagulation and haematologic
indices of HIV patients on highly active antiretroviral therapy.
Other exclusion criteria were: (i) history of renal, haematologic
, gastrointestinal or metabolic disease (leukaemia, polycythaemia, hypereosinophilia, cystic fibrosis, hepatitis, cirrhosis, cancer), gastrointestinal surgery, malnutrition, growth retardation, malabsorption, or prematurity; (ii) taking drugs containing vitamin [B.
profile revisited: Adult Cholistani breeding bulls as a model.
Key features distinguishing the main differential diagnoses of VACTERL association Syndrome Features distinct from VA Fanconi anaemia Haematologic
abnormalities, especially megaloblastic anaemia Pigmentation abnormalities, especially hyperpigmentation or Cafe au lait spots Propensity to develop malignancies Alagile syndrome Biliary duct abnormality Eye anomalies Facial abnormality Charge syndrome Choanal atresia Colobomata Growth impairment Ear anomalies Feingold syndrome Digital phalangeal abnormalities Microcepahly Cognitive impairment Typical facial appearance Oculo-auriculo- Microtia vertebral syndrome Hemifacial microsomia Neurocognitive impairment Deletion 22q11.
and immunologic parameters of bullfrogs, Lithobates catesbeianus, fed probiotics.
Platelets in haematologic
and cardiovascular disorders: a clinical handbook.
parameters on various species of Strigiformes and Falconiformes.
Contraction of telomeres together with increased telomerase activity has been described in solid tumours as well as in haematologic
Notably, individuals with CME had at least a 10 times higher risk of developing haematologic
manifestations of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection.
Doses of Eprex were administered via IV, either three (Group A) or two times per week (Group B) and these dosages were revised monthly based on target haematologic
parameters (Barbara et al.
In case of clerks from the Canton of Sarajevo without health problems we found reduction in the direct haematologic
indices--haematocrit, red blood cells and haemoglobin are increased as well as haematologic
indirect indices--MCH and MCHC.
Whereas calcium is essential for bone growth, iron is involved in haematologic
tissue (red blood cells) and muscle tissue growth, and zinc plays a part is bone and muscle growth.
, Pulmonary, Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders in Pregnancy.
, Pulmonary, Renal and Urinary tract Disorder in pregnancy in: Current Obstet Gynaecol Diagnosis and Treatment 9th edition DeCherney, A.